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First video sale of Scots Charollais

3 August 2001

First video sale of Scots Charollais

A GROUP of Scottish Charollais sheep breeders held their first ever video sale recently at Lanark mart.

Foot-and-mouth restrictions have made it difficult to make any sales of breeding stock this year, but a video sale appears to be the next best option.

The sale "topper" was a ram lamb from Aberdeenshire breeders W&C Ingram of Logie, Pitcaple, Inverurie. Their Aristocrat-sired lamb made 1500gns to Huntly auctioneer Blair Duffton of Mains of Drumdollo.

Another Aristocrat-bred lamb attracted bids to 1100gns going to Cumbrian breeder Jonathan Wales, Thackwood, Carlisle.

Breeders J&M Hunter of West Cairnhill, Insch, had one Carthorpe Carlyle-sired lamb making a 1000gns to R&M Paterson, Dunblane. Seven ram lambs exchanged hands, levelling at £798. &#42

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First video sale of Scots Charollais

By FWi staff

A GROUP of Scottish Charollais sheep breeders held their first ever video sale recently at Lanark mart.

Foot-and-mouth restrictions have made it difficult to make any sales of breeding stock this year, but a video sale appears to be the next best option.

The sale “topper” was a ram lamb from Aberdeenshire breeders W&C Ingram of Logie, Pitcaple, Inverurie.

Their Aristocrat-sired lamb made 1500gns to Huntly auctioneer Blair Duffton of Mains of Drumdollo.

Seven ram lambs exchanged hands, levelling at 798.

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